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Sterling, Virginia - Harry Byrd Hwy & Potomac View Rd

Sterling, Virginia

46586 S Cottage Rd
Sterling, VA 20164
LOUDOUN COUNTY

SCHOOL SUMMARY:
Ages: 6 Weeks-12 Years Old
Open: Monday-Friday
Hours: 6:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
 

Newsletter - Dear Family

Well we made it to December and children are very excited about this month. We will be having our annual Holiday parties. Please be on the look out for a sign up sheet to volunteer on what you would like to bring for your child's class. Remember we are a peanut free facility. With the colder weather now upon us, please check your child's cubby to ensure they have appropriate extra clothing. We will continue to bring the children outside as long as it is above 32 degrees. Please make sure your child has a heavy coat, gloves, and a hat. We ask that all these items are labeled with child's first and last name. COA will be closing at 1pm on the 24th and will be closed on the 25th and January 1st in observance of the holidays

CURRICULUM FOCUS

January

Arctic Animals

Working Together

My 5 Senses

Eskimos and Igloos

SPECIAL SHOUTOUTS

Our family of the month is the Wahby family! Adam & Ramesy are our very own set of twins but could be more unique! The Wahby's have been here at Sterling COA since 2014!!! WOW!!!

Upcoming Events

Holiday Party

Date : 12/20/2019

Time : 3pm

Description : We will have holiday snacks, Christmas Carols and crafts!!!


January:

KDI 25: Language, Literacy and Communication- Alphabetic Knowledge: Children identify letter names and their sounds.

Alphabet knowledge is also considered a component of concept of print. This includes knowledge of the names of each letter, the order of the alphabet, recognition of each upper-case and lower-case letter, and knowing the difference between letters and words. Alphabet Knowledge includes recognizing all the letters of the alphabet by name. This includes recognizing upper-case and lower-case letters. To help your child with alphabetic knowledge read, read and read.


January:

Hold your baby and investigate what they see in the mirror. Point out the different parts of their body (toes, head, fingers) and then point them out on yourself. Use words to describe the different parts of you. Talk about what each part does.

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